Britain’s Prince Andrew secretly plotted with Princess Diana and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson to keep then Prince Charles from becoming king like this. Instead, Charles’ and Diana’s son William would take the throne, while Andrew would act as temporary administrator. At least that’s what a royal biographer claims in her new book.
Author Angela Levin delved into the life of Camilla Parker Bowles and wrote a book about King Charles’ current wife, the so-called “Queen Consort.” A salient passage tells of the alleged plot between Andrew, Diana and Andrew’s ex Sarah Ferguson. A “high-ranking insider” is said to have told her about it.
“While Diana was alive, she conspired with her friend Sarah Ferguson and her husband Prince Andrew to sideline Prince Charles and make Andrew the driver of Prince William, who was a teenager at the time,” it said. read.
According to the author, Prince Andrew “lobbied heavily” with the Queen to ensure “that Charles would not become king when his mother died”. Andrew’s behavior is said to be “very unpleasant to the Queen, who did not agree,” it continued. “I was told it was one of the few times he didn’t get his way.”
Prince Andrew, according to Levin, would have been very angry “that he would not be able to run the country somehow”.
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